One day your children will be working adults. While they're young, help prepare them to make good career choices.
- May 28, 2013 |
One of the greatest unmet ministry needs in our country today is that of widows. Not the traditional widow, but single moms.
Imagine how different our nation would look today if all of us lived out the principle of delayed gratification.
As my kids get older, it can be easy to forget how much influence I still have on them. They still look to me for approval.
Fathers who walk with the Lord and have a foundation built on Christ and other believers are able to overcome adversity.
Courage can be standing up to a bully or restraining an urge to punch out somebody's lights. Real courage requires wisdom.
God has given you the potential to influence your son's life powerfully, so God is calling you to learn more about him!
God whispered into my heart the passion to see other single moms, like myself, live a life of freedom, hope, and joy.
“You’ve been WHERE?” I will never forget my mom when I decided to take a little shopping trip on my own... at 3 years old!
In the area of sexuality and moral integrity of our children, we are in a state of emergency. This is not a test!
What small choices have I been making that have led us to the point where my child thinks she doesn’t have to do what I say?
It’s challenging to know how to help kids who are grieving news of other kids’ tragic deaths, such as in the Boston bombings.
Discipline should not be a competition for power. Help your son understand the roles God has assigned each of you in relationship.
We tend to forget that God never promises us happy endings until we get to Heaven, which is really more of a glorious beginning.
Our neighborhood tea parties were so much fun, and they provided an opportunity to teach manners, politeness, and even prayer.
6 ways to help your future college student graduate without owing a penny.
We cannot wait until our teens face peer pressure and expect them to know how to handle something they aren’t prepared for.
The conscience is "seared with a hot iron," totally incapable of distinguishing between right and wrong. So where do we turn?
When single parents are asked, “what do you struggle with the most?” one of the top answers by far has to be “money.”
In today's "Kids Talk About God," we reflect on God's commandments through the eyes of children.
- April 09, 2013 |